[Air-L] papers on Twitter?
stickus at gmx.at
Wed Oct 28 23:43:56 PDT 2009
Stieger, S., & Burger, C. (in press, 2009). Lets go formative: Continuous
student ratings with Web 2.0 application Twitter. CyberPsychology &
It is already online available in the "in press" section.
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[mailto:air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org] Im Auftrag von danah boyd
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 28. Oktober 2009 17:28
An: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
Betreff: [Air-L] papers on Twitter?
I know many of you presented on Twitter at AOIR and perhaps many more
are working on papers about this site (and related microblogging
sites). In my ongoing efforts to track the academic work about new
social media sites for academics and non-academics alike, I've been
trying to keep a bibliography of this work:
If you have articles I should add, please send me a citation. I only
link to publicly accessible versions of the articles (not locked-in
journals), but I'm happy to include any peer-reviewed article in the
list. I'm also happy to include scholarly non-peer reviewed articles
if there's a publicly available version online. I do not do the
This is parallel to my efforts to keep a SNS bibliography:
These bibliographies help circulate content from different
disciplinary, theoretical, and methodological traditions focused on
the same topical area. They are useful to scholars, but they are also
especially useful to the companies trying to understand what is known
in academia about these systems.
If you're working in this area, I'd love to include your work!
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